Public intoxication: Deputies were dispatched to the 1100 block of Gunter Corner Road concerning a possible impaired female on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Upon arrival, Deputy Daniel Smith observed the front door of the residence to be “busted” open with no one inside. According to the report, the female suspect, identified as Elizabeth Holt, 29, was found in another driveway near her residence. Deputy Smith said Holt was screaming and scratching at herself. According to the report, Holt told Deputy Smith there were demons coming out of her and her skin was burning. For her safety, she was placed under arrest. While en route to the Cocke County Jail Annex, Holt reportedly began kicking and beating the transport wall divider. She was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Failure to appear: Emily Grace Redman, 26, Anise Way, was served with active outstanding warrants for failure to appear and joyriding on Thursday, Sept. 5. Sgt. Heath Willis arrested Redman at a residence on Shady Glen Way.
Public intoxication: Deputies were dispatched to the 400 block of Rock Hill Road, in reference to an unwanted visitor on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Upon arrival, Deputy Blake Cupp spoke with the complaint, who said Richard Grooms, 53, Hannon Road, came to the residence and told the homeowner that someone was chasing him. Deputy Cupp said he found Grooms lying on the bedroom floor of the residence. Upon speaking with Grooms, he told Deputy Cupp that people were chasing him and he did not know who they were. According to the report, Grooms had an odor of alcohol about his person and his pupils were “pinpoint.” For his safety, Grooms was placed under arrest without incident. A subsequent search of his person revealed a meth pipe. Grooms was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.
INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM REPORTS COMPILED BY THE COCKE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT